Swoon-Worthy Cookies to Add to Your Must-Try List
These are the cookies that have made our hearts flutter lately.
(SPOT.ph) Cookies never fail to brighten even the gloomiest of days, which is why it continues to be a favorite baked good for many. There's no shortage of cookies to try, either, especially with plenty of people getting into baking at home, but some definitely stand out from the crowd. Couldn't choose from all the options out there? We've rounded out the best cookies we've tried lately on this list. The best part is that you can get these goods delivered, so no need to step out of the house!
Check out these online shops that offer outstanding cookies in Manila:
Sunday Bakeshop makes cookies that huge and thicc at 150 grams each, all made with premium ingredients. Purists will be happy with the Original (P150) with Belgian dark chocolate, premium semi-sweet chocolate, and walnuts; but we also especially love their Triple Chocolate (P150) and White Chocolate Macadamia (P150) variants. Don't miss their Dark Chocolate Matcha (P150), Snickerdoodle with Cookie Butter (P150), Hazelnut Nutella (P150), S'mores (P150), or Truffle Macadamia (P150), either. You can also get a box of six for P840 and a box of eight for P1,050. Just fill out their order form to get your fill of their cookies.
185 Baker Street
Like your cookies with a shiny, crackly surface and chewy interior? Be sure to try 185 Baker Street's Salted Chocolate Cookies (P28/piece, P160/half-dozen, P320/dozen), which are full of rich, dark chocolate balanced with a good amount of salt. Also on their lineup are the Sweet Caroline Cookies (P30/piece, P180/half-dozen, P350/dozen), a double-chocolate affair with chocolate chips on a chocolate dough base. You can order by sending 185 Baker Street a message on their social media accounts.
Bake It Good
Bake It Good's short-but-sweet lineup includes the well-executed Classic Chocolate Chip (P300/box of six), the delightfully dark Double Chocolate with Almond (P360/box of six), and the fruity and creamy White Chocolate Cranberry (P360/box of six)—all of which are soft and chewy and chock-full of their respective mix-ins. More than that, Bake It Good donates 100% of their profits to urban-poor families, so you get to satisfy the cookie craving while helping others out, too. You can send them a message on Instagram to get your fix.
For orders, send a message to Bake it Good on Instagram.
The Queen Baker
Queen Baker goes above and beyond with their wide flavor range. Go basic with the Single Origin or Black variants—the former has locally sourced dark chocolate chunks and milk chocolate, while the latter with a black-cocoa dough and milk, white, and dark chocolate. But you can also go beyond the box with Baconized (chocolate with honey-bacon bits), Earl Grey (earl grey tea, almonds, and white chocolate), or Belgian Tahini (tahini-infused dough, roasted sesame seeds, belgian dark chocolate) variants—and those are just some of the variants you can get!
Beyond the novelty, these cookies are executed beautifully with balanced and harmonious flavors contained in a chewy dough base. A box of six (with a maximum of three flavors) goes for P260, while a box of 12 (with a maximum of four flavors) goes for P480. You can place your orders through this order form; they accept payments via BPI bank deposit and GCash.
Vegan food gets a bad rep, but they can be absolutely good when done right—as Atlas Corner does with their cookies. We especially love their Salted Dark Choco variant (P360/box of six, P600/box of 10, P890/box of 15), which are wonderfully chewy and have a great balance of salty and sweet. You can order by sending them a message on Instagram and paying via BDO bank deposit or GCash.
For orders, send a message to Atlas Corner on Instagram.
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